Hart Home Comfort Delivers Environmentally-Friendly EcoBlend Bioheat® Heating Oil
AUTOMATICALLY reduce your carbon footprint with Hart Home Comfort by using our EcoBlend Biodiesel heating oil, a liquid renewable.
Since 2007, Hart Home Comfort Has Eliminated 69,671,279 Pounds Of Carbon From The Environment 
Read on to see how we can help reduce your carbon footprint at no added costs!
Since 2007, Hart Home Comfort has been reducing carbon emissions for our customers by delivering an increasingly eco-friendly renewable heating oil fuel that is a blend of biofuel and heating oil, creating clean-burning, ultra-low-sulfur heating oil, EcoBlend Bioheat® fuel.
We are committed to delivering a b50 blend by 2030. At that time, our customers will be heating their homes and businesses with a fuel source that is cleaner and more renewable than both natural gas and electricity!
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Cost-Effective & Immediate
“Months of research conducted by Kearney demonstrates that heating oil-biofuel blending provides the most cost-effective and immediate path to reduce fossil energy use and carbon emissions … Our findings show that this strategy is both affordable and easier to implement than electrification for home heating in the Northeast.”
Little Impact To Consumer
“The transition to higher blends of biodiesel can occur with low costs and little impact on the consumer.”
Sustainable Energy Technology Dept.
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Biofuels Are Critical For Climate Agenda
Michael Regan, President Biden’s nominee to lead the EPA, said, "[President Biden] has not been shy in indicating that biofuels, especially advanced biofuels, will be critical to help meet his ambitious climate agenda. I agree with that. Advanced biofuels will be very important."
EcoBlend, Biofuel & Renewable Energy Articles From Hart Home Comfort
Most people are now aware of environmental issues that we face such as global warming and climate change. While there is a political move towards transitioning away from fossil fuels to reduce carbon emissions, you will see why that is not necessary as we discuss the advantages of biodiesel in this article.
The home heating fuel Hart Home Comfort supplies its Queens and Long Island customers with isn’t your run-of-the-mill heating oil. Our EcoBlend Bioheat Fuel takes home heating to a new level with cleaner-burning capabilities, improved equipment operation and efficiency, and some additional financial benefits as well! Click here to learn more.
Climate change is a reality that cannot be denied. The effects are plain to see: rising global temperatures, melting polar ice caps, changing weather patterns, the increase of sea-level, and heavier downpours. Conscious businesses, Like Hart Home Comfort, are doing their part by delivering ULSHO to reduce carbon emissions.
A carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide that’s released during the burning of fossil fuels, causing both global warming and climate change. Everyday actions such as using your car, heating your home, using electricity, and others all produce carbon emissions. In this article, we discuss ways to create more environmentally friendly habits.
What Is EcoBlend Bioheat® Fuel?
EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil is the name of our clean burning alternative Bioheat® fuel.
It is produced from domestic, renewable resources that are abundant and available in the U.S.
EcoBlend is biodegradable, non-toxic, and virtually free of sulfur and other impurities.
To ensure a quality product, we use sophisticated blending technology at our onsite New Hyde Park terminal to produce high-quality B20 EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil.
It is a mix of 20% pure biofuel (no petroleum) and 80% conventional heating oil.
We do not charge more for our EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil! It's priced the same as regular heating oil. By using EcoBlend, you'll get up to a 20-cents per gallon New York State tax credit.
Today it's clear that Bioheat® fuel is not only here to stay, but that it will soon become the preferred fuel for heating oil consumers.
A number of states, as well as New York City, have already approved mandates for the use of Bioheat® fuel, and Hart Home Comfort is the exclusive supplier at the New Hyde Park Oil Terminal.
At Hart Home Comfort, "we love to keep you warm and green." We do it through our outstanding full-service capabilities and in so many other ways.
Of course, what sets us apart from other home comfort companies is that we are one of the first on Long Island to deliver Bioheat® fuel in the form of clean, green EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil to our customers at no extra charge. We are also the only home comfort company on Long Island with storage facilities dedicated to EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil, and with access to a railway supply system to deliver the renewable, earth-friendly biodiesel that makes up our alternative Bioheat® fuel, EcoBlend.
EcoBlend Bioheat® Heating Oil FAQs
Why EcoBlend & Bioheat® Fuel Is Here To Stay
- Widespread use of Bioheat® fuel could replace millions of gallons of petroleum-based heating oil a year. This can reduce U.S. reliance on imported oil, making us less vulnerable to supply disruptions overseas.
- Our EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil is compatible with any heating system that uses regular fuel oil; no new equipment required!
- Our EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil burns cleaner than standard No.2 heating oil because it has much lower sulfur content. This reduces wear and tear on your system. The result: fewer breakdowns, longer equipment life, and better fuel efficiency.
Hart Home Comfort's EcoBlend Bioheat® Heating Oil Customers Get a Tax Break
New York State is offering relief for consumers struggling with high heating oil prices, a maximum 20-cent-per-gallon tax credit for customers who use Bioheat® fuel, a clean-burning "green" fuel that is a blend of high-grade heating oil and renewable resources. Thanks to this credit, our customers can save $200 for every 1,000 gallons of EcoBlend Bioheat® fuel consumed!
The new tax credit remains in effect through 2020.
How to File for Your Tax Credit
To properly compute the amount of credit allowed, the taxpayer should have an invoice or bill that includes the following information: date of purchase, number of gallons of the EcoBlend Bioheat® fuel purchased, and the percentage of biodiesel included in the EcoBlend. (A B20 blend contains 20% biodiesel.)
To receive a tax credit, you should file a claim for Clean Heating Fuel Credit along with your tax return. Residential taxpayers should file Form IT-241, and corporate taxpayers should file Form CT-241.
Please consult with your accountant or tax professional.
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